The expansion of the septic system will coincide with plans for the construction of a second phase of 2,687 square feet, to house classrooms and administrative offices.
Vuillaume outlined the expansion of the septic system which will coincide with the proposed Phase II addition, and also outlined plans for parking to eventually accommodate 50 vehicles. The applicant also informed the board that signage will be placed along the driveway, so parishioners will not park along it. The board granted preliminary and final site plan approval, contingent upon staff comments.
A proposed 27,500 square-foot professional office space in six buildings, to be located at 509 Moe Road, received preliminary and final site plan approval.
The plan calls for the construction of six single-story buildings, each approximately 4,500 to 4,600 square feet in size, for a total of 27,500 square feet of office space. The buildings will be residential in character and design, constructed of a masonry base, vinyl siding, and asphalt shingles. The project conforms to B-1 zoning, which permits up to 12 percent coverage of the site, with no single building being greater than 4,800 square feet. Total open space on the site will be approximately 59 percent. The buildings are situated adjacent to the main access drive, affording direct access by emergency vehicles, with parking areas located to the side and rear.
The applicant reported that the layout has been accepted by Sheryl Reed, chief of the bureau of fire prevention. A traffic impact study that recommended a site driveway egress stop sign, the relocation of the existing striped crosswalk on Moe Road, opposing turning lanes within the existing median and minor adjustments to the existing school drive/site driveway intersection geometry, have been incorporated into the site plan.
The planning board will meet again on Wednesday, Sept. 13. ""